Whatcha go to college? To get stupid? You're really stupid!


[during a meeting in Atlantic City] I say to all of you, I have been treated this day, with no respect. I've earned you all money. I've made you rich, and I asked for little. Good. You will not give, I'll take! As for Don, Corleone, well he makes it, very clear to me today, that he is my enemy. You must choose between us.

Joey Zasa

It seems in today's world the power to absolve debt is greater than the power of forgiveness.

Archbishop Gilday

[briefing the reporters] The Pope - the Holy Father himself - has this very day blessed Michael Corleone; and you think you know better than the Pope?

Dominic Abbandando

[wanting to go on his own being an opera singer instead of a lawyer] I will always be your son, but I will never have anything to do with your business.

Anthony Vito Corleone

Don Altobello: [regarding Vincent] This is the hero who put Joey Zasa in his grave. If we'd known of his existence, we would never have backed Joey.
Don Lucchesi: No one wants another Joe.

Look! I'd love to smack Joey Zasa and then whack the bag, Okay? But it's impossible. He's always mingling with people. In front of TV cameras, in his own neighborhood, it's impossible.

Al Neri

Goodbye my old friend. You could have lived a little longer, I could be closer to my dream. You were so loved, Don Tommasino. Why was I so feared, and you so loved? What was it? I was no less honorable. I wanted to do good. What betrayed me? My mind? My heart? Why do I condemn myself so? I swear, on the lives of my children

Michael Corleone

Power wears out those who do not have it.


Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in.

Michael Corleone

[Giving instructions in a voiceover] Neri; go to Rome. Light a candle for the archbishop.

Vincent Mancini

[talking with Sollozzo in the restaurant] I frisked him, he's clean... I frisked a thousand young punks.

Capt. McCluskey

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